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Icelandic Dog- sled Travel

What AWESOME fun Icelandic Dog Sled Travel this is! Watch to find out what a husky ride in February at -12 Celsius in the Land of Ice and Fire is all about… Don’t forget to subscribe to our free newsletter at the channel online and here on YouTube... Read More »


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How to Combine Smart Travel With Adventure Travel At Passion Passport, we believe in meaningful travel that will challenge you and your perspective of the world. But we also hope that you covet your safety as you explore foreign countries and cultures because, as much as it pains us to say, not everyone views tourists in the same light. As travelers searching... Read More »

Iceland´s Amazing Ice Cave: The Crystal Cave

The amazing glacier ice cave as seen in the timelapse short “Crystalapse: Wonders of Iceland” ( This cave is very blue, due to the light filtered through dense glacial ice. It is quite big, absolutely amazingly beautiful. The holes in the cave are known as moulins, from which dripping water carved the cavern years ago.... Read More »

10 Beautiful Places in Pakistan I’ve just spent the last month traveling through Pakistan, and am blown away by all of the beautiful places in the country. Forget everything you’ve heard about Pakistan in the news because I’m about to show you a side of the country that will change your view. I was traveling through Pakistan as part... Read More »

Incredible Women Expeditions Takes Women’s Empowerment to New Heights

Achieving women often hit the proverbial “glass ceiling.” Until recently in Peru, mountains stood in the way of women. Wild Women Expeditions Takes Women’s Empowerment to New Heights in Peru The pioneer of women-only travel, Wild Women Expeditions, is helping women in Peru ride a wave of change. Peruvian women can now serve as porters as... Read More »

Portable Hammock Stand Plans for Camping

Laurie Berny Community member When most people think of a camping hammock, their first thought is a sleek swath of fabric hanging between two trees. Unbeknownst to many, the straps that hold the hammock in place can ultimately scar the trees that they’re attached to. In these cases, you need a portable hammock stand to take with... Read More »

Iceland´s Largest Cave: Vidgelmir


Zuluk in Sikkim

The best View of zuluk , sikkim , old silk route... Read More »

Best Adventure Travel Destinations in Europe

  There are many different types of vacations to choose from in this amazing world we live in. But if active and adventure travel is what you’re looking for then this is the article for you. We have asked some of the most well traveled people we know what their favorite active and adventure travel... Read More »

Golf with gourmet cuisine at Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire

By Judy Johnson on Aug 30, 2019 in Accommodation, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Leisure Travel, Regions, Restaurants, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe The last time I played golf at Stoke Park, I was only able to play four of the middle nine holes dues to a visiting party following behind us. On a recent visit I was therefore able to rectify this and played... Read More »

5 Luxury Destinations

By Tom Barber If there’s one holiday that you really, really want to get right it’s the all-important honeymoon. That’s one of the main reasons newly-weds tend to play it safe and follow a well-worn path to a handful of classic romantic destinations such as the Maldives, Italy or Tanzania. Don’t get me wrong – these destinations are... Read More »

Travelling in Australia

  Australia is a wild and beautiful place, a land whose color palette of red outback sands and Technicolor reefs frames sophisticated cities and soulful Indigenous stories. Australia The Ultimate Travel Guide | Best Places to Visit | Top Attractions: Sydney Opera House Sydney Harbor Bridge Great Ocean Road Melbourne Blue Mountains National Park Great... Read More »

Hong Kong Protesters Love Pepe the Frog. No, They’re Not Alt-Right.

“ & ldquo; It has nothing to do with the far-right ideology in the state,” & rdquo; someone composed on LIHKG, an anonymous forum that has been the center of discussion for protesters. “& ldquo; It just looks amusing and records the hearts of a lot of children. It is a symbol of youth involvement... Read More »

Using Travel to Unplug and Connect With Nature for A Stable Mental Life

Our new unencumber; tech savvy, mobile first, a core company class etcetera. The titles go on and on and so are the immoderate pressures of the existence that entails the labels. lamentably, this form of tremendous percent among us has grow to be inherently predisposed to melancholy and the entire burnouts which can be precipitated... Read More »

The Amazing Old City of Jerusalem

A Tour of the brilliant historic metropolis of Jerusalem   Exploring the four quarters of Jerusalem's historical historic city. want equipment for your TRAVELS? visit Gabriel's Amazon e-store for recommendations: …... Read More »

Happily Hiking Mount Etna

  The Hike 1. The Cable auto From Rifugio Sapienza we discontinue on the assembly aspect to separate off into separate organizations for a scenic go back and forth as much as 2500 metres. additional chaos proper here, in a beginning good prior its' "promote-with the aid of" date and with ease not designed for... Read More »

Why Outdoor Friendships Don’t Last

Why Outdoor Friendships Don’t LastIf it wasn’t for the photo Uncle Dick took, I wouldn’t even remember what those two Canadian guys looked like, and I can’t recall their names. Which is odd, since I still have vivid memories of them and the 33-mile Alaska-to-­Yukon hike I did in the 1970s, on the Chilkoot Trail. The opening stage of the thing: a long, welcome-to-low-self-esteem uphill out of Dyea that to my ten-year-old legs felt like an assault on the Matterhorn. My brother, Mike, and I breaking camp on the foggy second morning, after Dick temporarily shut down with a nasty migraine (probably embellished a little to force a lesson in self-reliance on us boys). For all the milestone memories, though, it’s the fleeting yet intense friendship we forged with the Canadians that has remained central to my recollections of that trip. They were buddies, maybe late twenties, on active duty in the Canadian Armed Forces. One was dark haired with a mustache; the other was lighter and clean-shaven. Friendly, rugged,... Read More »

Red Castle Lakes Backpacking Guide – High Uintas

Red Castle Lakes Backpacking Guide – High UintasGorgeous alpine meadows and pitch-perfect backcountry camping make this area, especially at sunset, a wonderland. It gets its name from the red castle-like peaks that stand like a fortress above the basin. With the ability to visit three different lakes along the trail, you could easily spend three days here, though most complete the trip in two. The landscape here is unbelievably photogenic, so don't forget your camera. The Red Castle Peak downright glows at sunset. QUICK FACTSDistance: 20 miles (32 km) round-trip Days Needed: 2-3 days Elevation Gain: 1,437 feet (438 m)Peak Elevation: 10,824 feet (3,300 m)Best Travel Time: Late June - October, depending on snow levelHIGHLIGHTSWildlife, including owls, elk, moose, mule deer Fascinating geology Fantastic photo oppsBeautiful lakes and streamsBeautiful meadows and wildflowersNicely graded trail, never too steepGreat fishing opportunitiesDogs allowed (leashed)LOWLIGHTSCan be busy on weekendsRough rock strewn landscapeMuddy, rocky... Read More »

The Waves Are Massive in California Right Now

The Waves Are Massive in California Right NowDangerous surf conditions along the coast of California prompted the National Weather Service to issue a pretty unique high surf warning for today: The largest waves are breaking along the Central California coast, stretching north to the San Francisco Bay Area. The NWS reported waves of 30 to 40 feet: While Southern Californians won’t get the same huge waves as parts of the north, the swell’s effects will be visible. On Monday and Tuesday, surfers in Southern California should expect waves as high as eight to 12 feet and six to 10 feet in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, respectively, according to the NWS. These swells were brought on by a huge low-pressure that originated in the Gulf of Alaska, according to The Weather Channel, and that system is hurling surf at the California coast. Mavericks, the... Read More »

A ‘Free Solo’ Parody

A ‘Free Solo’ ParodyAlex Honnold recently endorsed Expensive Membership, an amazing comical ode to his own documentary, Free Solo. The parody features amateur climber and video editor Nick Garnham Wright as he strives to accomplish his V8 gym project. It’s a feat that will forever rival Honnold’s own ropeless climb of El... Read More »

Experiences, Not Things: The Ultimate Last-Minute Gifts

Experiences, Not Things: The Ultimate Last-Minute GiftsWe all know that it’s experiences, not material things, that make us happy. This week, it’s probably also a good thing that experiences don’t need to be shipped. Here are three legitimately amazing outdoor experiences you can give anyone, regardless of their experience level. BlnWQzhDd1T A Backpacking Trip Backpacking is the fundamental outdoor adventure and the one with the lowest barrier to entry. But if you don’t already have all of it, obtaining the gear you need all at once get’s really expensive, really fast. Adding to the challenge, the quality of that gear is hugely important to your overall experience—take stuff that’s too heavy or isn’t comfortable, and the trip will turn into a sufferfest. And light, comfortable gear tends to be pricey. If you’re an experienced backpacker and want to give someone the ability to join you on a trip, or if both of you are going for the first time (or for the first time in a long time), then renting gear is probably the easiest and... Read More »

A Hiker Is Missing in Mexico’s Most Dangerous Mountains

A Hiker Is Missing in Mexico’s Most Dangerous MountainsFor more than a week now, an American hiker has been lost in northern Mexico’s deep Sierra Madre canyons, in the town of Urique, Chihuahua, where the Caballo Blanco Ultra is held each March. Police first thought that Patrick Braxton-Andrew, a 34-year-old Spanish teacher in North Carolina, went missing while alone on a hike. But as investigators in both countries learn more, they’re realizing the case might not be so simple. Braxton-Andrew had flown to Chihuahua city on October 24. He planned to take the El Chepe train over the Sierra mountains to the coastal town of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, then meet his brother in the country’s capital for a Day of the Dead celebration. The train covers some of the most gorgeous high-elevation pine mountains on either side of the border, passing through 86 tunnels and over 37 bridges. At the train route’s zenith, it pauses at Divisadero, a small town that overlooks the Copper Canyon, which in parts is nearly twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. The... Read More »

How a 6-Year-Old Survived Being Lost in the Woods

How a 6-Year-Old Survived Being Lost in the WoodsCody Sheehy is standing in a grassy meadow in northeast Oregon, surrounded by dark pines, spruce, and juniper trees. Cody, 39 years old and six foot two, grew up in a ranching family here in remote, rugged Wallowa County. When he was six years old—a mere 40 pounds and three and a half feet tall—he got lost in these woods while playing with his older sister during a springtime family picnic. Within a few hours, a search party began looking for him, crisscrossing the Blue Mountains on horseback all night as rain fell and temperatures hovered just above freezing. They never found him. Instead, Cody, who is now a Tucson-based documentary filmmaker and sailor, found himself. Over 18 hours, he walked an estimated 14 to 20 miles out of the mountains and into the sparsely populated Wallowa Valley. During that journey he fell into a river, climbed a tree to escape two terrifying coyotes, and hid from a passing car because—as he recalls it—his reptile brain had taken over. He was cold and... Read More »

How to Thru-Hike with Your Family

How to Thru-Hike with Your FamilyLast month, a family of eight completed a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail. As far as we can tell, they’re the biggest family group to walk the full 2,190 miles. Although it may seem intimidating to hike through mountains for five months with kids ranging in age from two to 17, Ben Crawford, the father, says they were all more than capable of the task. Crawford, his wife, Kami, and their kids live in Bellevue, Kentucky. They’ve been backpacking as a family for years—although never for a stretch this long—so they mostly knew what to expect when they started their AT hike. Now that they’ve finished, Crawford says any family with the desire and right amount of experience can do the same. “One of the things we believe in,” Crawford says, “is seeing how far kids can go and supporting them to take another step.” If you’re looking to take a big family backpacking trip—even if it’s on a much smaller scale—here’s what you need to know from the Crawfords and other families who’ve done... Read More »

Secretary Zinke and the Great Public Lands Wholesale

Secretary Zinke and the Great Public Lands WholesaleThe United States is now likely the world’s largest oil producer. Even so, the Trump administration continues its sprint to lease the nation’s public lands to energy companies. From September through the end of the year, the Bureau of Land Management will offer leases for oil and gas drilling on nearly 3 million acres of public lands,according to government statistics compiled by the Wilderness Society and Center for Western Priorities. That would mean, according to the Center for Biological Diversity, that for the entire year the administration will have offered for lease almost 4 million acres in the Lower 48 alone. That’s a nearly four-fold increase over 2016, the last year of the Obama administration. And that doesn’t include lease sales in Alaska and in public waters such as the Gulf of Mexico, where Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has vigorously pushed leasing as part of the administration’s policy of energy dominance. To that end, Zinke has directed BLM offices, which... Read More »

Henry’s Fork Lake Loop – Uintas Backpacking Guide

Henry’s Fork Lake Loop – Uintas Backpacking GuideThis loop explores a gorgeous alpine mountain basin with every enticement you dream of — misty mountain meadows, tall pines, small lakes and winding streams that tie it all together. And if that weren’t enough, the whole scene is framed by a massive mountain range with Kings Peak at its head. This trip is truly a gem in the High Uintas, with an opportunity for some solitude along the way. QUICK FACTSDistance: 18.2 miles (29 km) round-trip (depending on itinerary add ons)Days Needed: 2-3 days (depending on itinerary add ons)Elevation Gain: 1,532 feet (467 m)Peak Elevation: 10,830 feet (3,300 m)Best Travel Time: June - OctoberHIGHLIGHTSPossible wildlife sightings, including elk, mule deer, black bearFascinating geology Beautiful lakes and riversTall pinesBeautiful meadows and wildflowersWell-maintained trails for the most partDogs allowed High-country lake fishing LOWLIGHTSMuddy and rocky trails at timesArmies of mosquitos and horseflies, but also ticks and yellow jacketsCold/muddy... Read More »

Hiking in Iceland

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Hiker rescues hawk from Cactus!

Hiker rescues hawk from Cactus!Man Rescues Hawk From Cactus Spikes 💘 Man Rescues Hawk From Cactus Spikes 💘Credit: ViralHog Posted by VTRND on Saturday, September 8,... Read More »

Marriage proposal on Hiking Trip!

Marriage proposal on Hiking Trip!... Read More »

10 Must-Haves for Your Hiking First-Aid Kit || REI

Have you ever felt overwhelmed at the prospect of building your own first-aid kit? We partnered with the experts at NOLS Wilderness Medicine to figure out the most important items to bring on every adventure. Watch the video, then click here to find a wilderness first-aid class near you: And to learn more about... Read More »

Koldtec Ice Towel + Aquaclip Review: Hiking Diamond Head in Hawaii!

I took a couple of products to review with me as I hiked up Diamond Head in Hawaii: the Koldtec Ice Towel and Aquaclip. Koldtec: Aquaclip: Perry’s YouTube channel: Buy some of the popular products I’ve reviewed in my As Seen on TV store: My Camera: Questions are best asked... Read More »

Going through a hard time… + Hiking in Zion!

In today’s vlog we’re in UTAH for the first time!!! We hike through Zion Canyon (to the narrows) and head back to Vegas the next day! We stop at the hoover dam (super cool), and then I open up a little bit about going through a hard time… FOLLOW ME | BLOG – TWITTER... Read More »

Hiking & Exploring the woods of NH in search of old colonial homesites Not Thursday #52 cellar holes

Hiking & exploring the woods of NH in search of old colonial homesites , old farms & abandoned cellar holes. Stealth Diggers Gear Store – Clothing, SD field tools & more Check Out the gear & items Stealth Diggers recommend on Amazon Recently while out metal detecting with the guys we ran into... Read More »

Hiking Epping Forest (fail) | Exploring London Vlog

Staying active and hitting my weight loss goals while traveling the world. Today I tried to Hike in Epping Forest in England….and failed lol Thanks for watching 😘😘😘 Making it easy for the stalkers yo 😜 📷 Insta | 👻 SnapChat| Ashleysayque 📩 Email |... Read More »

Play “Cham, cham, cham”. The losers go hiking. [2Days&1Night Season 3/2018.08.26]

Click the “Caption” button to activate subtitle!! – Cast: Cha Taehyun(차태현), Kim Jongmin(김종민), Kim Junho(김준호), Defconn(데프콘), Yoon Siyoon(윤시윤), Jung Joonyoung(정준영) #2d1n #oppa #2d1n_clip #2d1n_ep711 #2Days&1Night_Season3 * 2Days & 1Night Season3 sub eng – Two Days and One Night versus Shinhwa3 ▶Subscribe KBS World Official Pages Youtube Subscribe: Homepage: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Read More »

ID Alpine Lake Hiking and Panda’s Adoption Anniversary

Celebrating Panda’s adoption anniversary with some hiking, swimming, and steak! Want to support the channel or buy Panda a steak?! Donate here: Follow us on Instagram! Music: “Dust In The Sun” Kim Aspen Under user license with Epidemic Sound... Read More »

Daabooi hiking

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2018 CDT Thru hike ep. 25 part 1 Bob Marshall Wilderness

Day 117 26.8 Miles Day 118 34.2 Miles Day 119 28.3... Read More »

Switzerland – best hiking trails around Grindelwald

Imagine the most beautiful mountains covered with spectacular glaciers with hundreds of waterfalls and a crystal clear lakes – that’s the Switzerland, one of the most beautiful country we ever visited. If you like the video, please like, share and subscribe 🙂 _ _ _ _ _ Predstavte si najkrajšie hory pokryté veľkolepými ľadovcami so... Read More »